I use Emurasoft’s EmEditor as my preferred text editor, and wanted to find a way to identify non alphanumeric characters, including foreign characters. After a bit of Googling, I found a regular expression to find characters in a range. The regular expression below is used to find any characters betwen 0 and 127, which includes […]
I recently updated all of the NuGet packages in one of my solutions, and it seemed to break the CSS.
I recreated the project and copied the model, controller and views across to the new project. I then updated the NuGet packages one by one, and when I updated to Bootstrap 4.0.0 (or later) it broke!
When I downgraded to 3.3.7 it all came back again 🙂
Therefore, it is probably outdated code in the MVC template in Visual Studio that causes the new bootstrap to break it.
Hopefully this will help other people having the same issue
I recently copied all my e-mails out of an archive folder, so I could zip them up on my hard drive and then delete them out of my mailbox. To do this I wanted to rename each file with the date the email was sent, using the format YYYY-MM-DD. The Visual Basic for Application script within this post does just that 🙂
This post contains the C# class code, used to get the connection string for Entity Framework
Script to show or hide a text box based on the value of a selected drop-down list
Code used to populate a list of drop-down options for an MVC application
The code within this post, is an example of how to retrieve the column/field names from the header row from a text file, and add them to a “ListBox”.
I was in the middle of writing an application to retrieve the list of Access Database Tables, but I was getting the error “The ‘Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0’ provider is not registered on the local machine.” I discovered, that as I was using Vista x64, I needed to change the “Advanced Compiler Options” in Visual Studio to target […]